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Monday, February 22, 2010

SAVE OUR SOUL-Message to the compassionte

Most times, life sucks and badly. Bad things happen through no fault of ours and when they do, we obviously turn to God for answers, when we get none; we wait on God and at the same time hope people around us would be our succor or our standby.
When you are a victim of circumstance, with no one to point accusing fingers at you, its so disheartening when you cannot get yourself back to the way you were or you can barely survive.
Do you know how hard it is to live? Survive? Be helpless? Never knowing where the next help or assistance will come from? People don’t remember you anymore, you’re of no significance. I tell you, it’s painful. I have lived through that, so I know. It’s a life you don’t wish on your worst enemy...
You are beginning to wonder where I’m going with this, yes? The issue is JOS!
Yes oh. So many people have lost all they have and are.(Including those who lost loved ones and those who died). Taking a look at the extent of devastation that occurred there is enough to make you know that nothing in this life is worth it except for you to live a good life and be there for person you meet. I know it might seem so far away to you, not your business? I mean,
what do you care? You neither know nor have anyone there, but what it comes down to is compassion.
Loads of Nigerians kept on talking about Haiti and the disaster that has befallen them and even participated in giving towards the Haiti rescue project (some still are) while decrying what was going on in Jos and praying to God to help Nigeria,Jos. When you spend time crying and condemning Nigeria, No one will make your country better for you except you! So, what are you going to do huh? Keep bemoaning your fate or do something?
I’m urging you, earnestly appealing to you to give towards those who were displaced during the Jos violence. No matter how little, it will be appreciated .Working class, student, and unemployed but with some backup, you can help.
Not to insinuate myself, my opinion and beliefs in to this topic, I have to say this is step towards making things good for Nigeria, If you’re truly patriotic as I know you all are, Let’s do this; we can Do it if we try. BE COMPASSIONATE, GIVE TO JOS. Lets raise this fund and help people whose and prayers blessings will be worth more than what you can ever hope for. Did I mention God’s approval and his favour? It will be in abundance.. I’m not from Jos (I’ve been asked that) but I’ve lived pain passed through something similar to this and God used givers to bless me so now, I feel their pain. You can do it without having to go through any disaster.. Bottom line, please please GIVE
If you’re interested in giving or need further information, Please send whatever concerns to:
Fit2bimi@yahoo.co.uk
P.S. A PERSON IS A PERSON NO MATTER HOW LITTLE


22 comments:

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Omotee! said...

Hmm, got me thinking. will send a mail to the addy in a bit.

SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

Hmm, I haven;t heard of a fund for the Jos victims. Do you know of an official one?

Nice post.

2cute4u said...

@ solomonsydelle.. an official one? yeah.. we are making plans..so whatever your concern let me know okay? through the email add in the post.. thank you so much..
@ omotee.. still waiting for your mail.. thank you.

Funms-the rebirth said...

good cause....like SSD said, if there's an official way to donate, can u pls put it up? thanks

Fragilelooks said...

its sad hw we NIGERIANS ignore d happenings around us. JOS IS A TOTAL DISASTER AND NUFNS DONE ABT IT. ITS A SHAME.

Anonymous said...

You should get together with this guy, he's doing something similar and I think it's a great thing you both are doing. I read on his blog that people have started to even send money in. Here's his link. http://www.ktravula.com/ktravulaid-for-haiti-for-jos/

muyiwa said...

did u just celebrate a bday or what am i seeing

Geebee said...

My heart goes out to those who have lost their lives. While we are thinking of giving and lending helping hands, our prayers for these people would as well go a long way in helping matters. The situation is pathetic and definitely needs divine intervention, what with the endless crisis that town of Jos seems to have all the time. Nice thoughts.

Jaycee said...

When you finish those plans, I'd like to be able to share it on my blog as well. Great idea worth spreading.

Sting said...

I'm with u on this, 100%

SPEECHgirl said...

its amazing how people can draw a line to defend their support of one cause and not the other

but charity does begin at home, and i respect all those who were ready to speak up and do something about Jos

SPEECHgirl said...

its amazing how people can draw a line to defend their support of one cause and not the other

but charity does begin at home, and i respect all those who were ready to speak up and do something about Jos

Omotee! said...

Am extremely sorry i did this to ur page, was trying to post comments on another blog...... internet's devil. so so sorry!

NigerianDramaQueen said...

I'm so happy you posted this. It bothered me that so many Nigerians I know wanted to go to Haiti and volunteer, etc...when there is chaos in their own backyard. Do post about the official fund once it's been established...

2cute4u said...

wow, sorry guys, I took long in replying.. been a lil crazy..
@ omotee.. Its okay, you're already forgiven.still, waiting for your mail, when will it come?When I see my grand kids abi? lol.
@ SSD and Funms the-rebirth, you will in a bit.. pardon my tardiness
@Fragile Looks, yeah.. thank you for dropping by.. hope we can count on you to give for Jos, yeah? thank you.
@Muyiwa.. naa some mistake.. oh? Don't worry, you'd be among the first to know about my birthday.. since I loveee gifts,lol..sending you a mail..
@Geebee, yeah.. thanks.. with the prayers and all , We'd make a headway.. but I hope you'd still give to jos when It's time? No matter how little?Thank you so very much.
@Jaycee, thank you so very much, I knew I could count on you.. will inform when Its all done.
@Sting.. you're my person for life.. sending you a mail in a bit..
@SPEECHgirl..thank you so much much for your support.. hope I can count on you to give?Many thanks..
@NigerianDramaQueen, its words like yours that keep me going even when I meet brickwalls.. will do.. I could hug you if I could see you.. thank you so very much..
thank you all for taking the time out to drop by.. please do spread the word out..

Sugabelly said...

Well Nigerians kept talking about haiti because that's what Nigerians do: ignore the problem in their own backyard and go solve someone else's problem. Haiti was sad yes, but at the same time, Jos was also a crisis and both were deserving of attention. Haiti got a lot of international attention so it was the duty of Nigerians to see to Jos.

But just like all the fashion victims in Lagos, slavishly wearing whatever Americans are wearing now (side eye Munachi Abii and her OBVIOUS Lady Gaga imitation dress) so too were Nigerians slavishly copying Americans again by continuously yapping about Haiti while Jos burned.

Sad but true.

2cute4u said...

@ sugabelly.. thank you for coming.. I'm really glad.. would you mind sending your email add to
fit2bimi@yahoo.co.uk
thank you so very much..

lahlah said...

Feelin' what your saying and i like that you have a plan to back up your point, not just pointless jabber.On the haiti issue, I saw a nigerian site set up for raising "save haiti funds" I know some people might be skeptical about donating to the Jos issue, because as Nigeria has a bad rep. Well, the corruption in haiti is twice that of Nigeria, both in the political and social sector of their society. Haiti has been independent since 1804 and is still considered a "developing" nation. Nigeria is not doing too badly for a 49 year old, just sayin'.

lahlah said...

Feelin' what your saying and i like that you have a plan to back up your point, not just pointless jabber.On the haiti issue, I saw a nigerian site set up for raising "save haiti funds" I know some people might be skeptical about donating to the Jos issue, because as Nigeria has a bad rep. Well, the corruption in haiti is twice that of Nigeria, both in the political and social sector of their society. Haiti has been independent since 1804 and is still considered a "developing" nation. Nigeria is not doing too badly for a 49 year old, just sayin'.